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Rice

Rice Leaf Bug

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  • Plant: Rice
  • Pest: Rice leaf bug
  • Application: Foliar Application (2 times, Jul 25 and Aug. 2)
  • Evaluation: Rate of pecky rice (= damaged grains) was examined 19 days after the last application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to Silafluofen.

 

Plant Hoppers

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  • Plant: Rice
  • Pest: Brown rice planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens), Small brown planthopper (Laodelphax striatellus) and Whitebacked rice planthopper (Sogatella furcifera)
  • Application: Foliar Application (July 30)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects (adult + nymph) were examined 21 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy equivalent to etofenprox.

 

Rice Stem Borer

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  • Plant: Rice
  • Pest: Rice stem borer (Chilo suppressalis)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Rate of damaged stems was examined 30 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to cartap.

 

Cabbage

Diamondback Moth

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  • Plant: Cabbage
  • Pest: Diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella)
  • Application: Nursery box irrigation on the day of planting (Dinotefuran), Planting hole application (acetamiprid)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects were examined 8, 14, and 21 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy equivalent to acetamiprid.

 

Leaf Lettuce

Aster Leafhopper

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  • Plant: Leaf lettuce
  • Pest: Aster leafhopper (Macrosteles quadrilineatus)
  • Application: Foliar Application (25 gallons per acre)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects on 5 leaves from the center two rows were examined prior to, and 3, 7 and 14 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to imidacloprid.

Sweet Pepper

Green Peach Aphid

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  • Plant: Sweet pepper
  • Pest: Green peach aphid (Myzus persicae)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Number of insects per 10 leaves were examined prior to and 3, 7 and 14 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy equivalent to imidacloprid.

 

Tomato

Silverleaf Whitefly

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  • Plant: Tomato
  • Pest: Silverleaf whitefly (Bemisia tabaci)
  • Application: Foliar Application (2,500 l /ha)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects were examined 14 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy equivalent to acetamiprid.

 

Cucumber

Silverleaf Whitefly

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  • Plant: Cucumber
  • Pest: Silverleaf whitefly (Bemisia tabaci)
  • Application: Foliar Application (3,500 l /ha)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects on upper 5 leaves of 8 plants per plot were examined prior to, and 3, 7 and 14 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to imidacloprid.

 

Watermelon

Cotton Aphid

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  • Plant: Watermelon
  • Pest: Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Number of insects per 15 leaves were examined prior to, and 3, 7 and 14 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to acetamiprid.

 

Celery

Sweetpotato Whitefly

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  • Plant: Celery
  • Pest: Sweetpotato whitefly (Bemisia tabaci)
  • Application: Soil shank with tractor-mounted soil injector to the root zone
  • Evaluation: Number of adults on each leaf were examined prior to, and 3, 7, 14 and 21 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran at 300 g a.i./ha exhibited whitefly control that was equivalent to imidacloprid at the label rate.

 

Mango

Mango Leafhopper

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  • Plant: Mango
  • Pest: Mango leafhopper (Idioscopus clypealis and i. niveosparus)
  • Application: Foliar Application at a rate of 5 l /tree (3-4 m height trees)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects per inflorescence were examined (20 inflorescence/ tree, 6 trees/ application)

Results: Dinotefuran gave excellent control effect against leafhoppers at the lowest dosage tested in this trial, 2.5g a.i./ h l, being superior to lamda-cyhalothrin at 1.25 a.i./ h.

 

Citrus

Japanese Mealybug

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  • Plant: Citrus
  • Pest: Japanese mealybug (Planococcus kraunhiae)
  • Application: Foliar Application (to drop off)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects were examined 13 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy equivalent to DMTP.

 

Apple

Codling Moth

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  • Plant: Apple
  • Pest: Codling moth (Cydia pomonella)
  • Application: Foliar Application (250 ml / stem)
  • Evaluation: Number of larvae were examined 10 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to phosalone.

 

Peach

Peach Fruit Moth

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  • Plant: Peach
  • Pest: Peach fruit moth (Carposina niponensis)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Rate of damaged fruit was examined

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to chlorpyrifos.

 

Peach Leafminer

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  • Plant: Peach
  • Pest: Peach leafminer (Lyonetia clerkella)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Number of insects per 30 branches were examined 20 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited efficacy superior to DMTP.

 

Potato

Colorado Potato Beetle

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  • Plant: Potato
  • Pest: Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Number of larvae per plant were examined prior to, and 2, 8 and 13 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited Colorado potato beetle control that was superior to deltamethrin.

 

Potato Leafhopper

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  • Plant: Potato
  • Pest: Potato leafhopper (Empoasca fabae)
  • Application: Foliar Application
  • Evaluation: Number of insects per leaf were examined 35 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited potato leafhopper control that was superior to imidacloprid.

 

Cotton

Western Lygus Bug

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  • Plant: Cotton
  • Pest: Western lygus bug (Lygus hesperus)
  • Application: Foliar Application (50 gallons per acre, 4 times; Aug. 10, Aug. 24, Sept. 7 and Sept. 21)
  • Evaluation: Number of insects were examined 14 days after the last application

Results: Dinotefuran at 50 and 100 g a.i./ha exhibited lygus control that was superior to imidacloprid.

 

Cotton Aphid

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  • Plant: Cotton
  • Pest: Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii)
  • Application: Foliar Application (20 gallons per acre)
  • Evaluation: Number of alive aphids on 10 terminal leaves were examined prior to, and 3, 7 and 14 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran at 50 and 100 g a.i./ha exhibited aphid control that was as effective as carbofuran at the label rate.

 

Turf

Southern Chafer Grub

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  • Plant: Bermudagrass
  • Pest: Southern masked chafer (Cyclocephala immaculata)
  • Application: Foliar Application (30 gallons per acre)
  • Evaluation: Grub populations were estimated using a standard 4-inch cup cutter at 6-inch depths prior to, and 14, 28, 42, 56 and 70 days after application

Results: Dinotefuran at 560g a.i./ha exhibited Southern masked chafer control that was equivalent to imidacloprid at the label rate.

 

Sugarbeet

Flea Beetle

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  • Plant: Sugarbeet
  • Pest: Flea beetle (Chaetocnema tibialis)
  • Application: Seed dressing
  • Evaluation: Sugarbeets were harvested, then damage from flea beetle was estimated from number of stings on the crops

Results: Dinotefuran exhibited inhibition of damage from Flea beetle that was superior to imidacloprid.

 

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